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    NCHRA Presents: Webinar Series - Critical Evaluation of the Injured Worker - Part 2

    Date: December 17, 2020, 12:00pm – 1:00pm
    Webinar through GoToMeeting
    $10 for NCHRA Members; $15 for Non Members
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    Members:  Click Here to Register

    Non-Members:  Click Here to Register

    ***Deadline to Register is by Noon, December 16, 2020***

    About the Webinar Series

    This webinar series, titled 'Critical Evaluation of the Injured Worker', will present fact patterns and commentary demonstrating how to critically evaluate a common predicament faced by all HR departments: managing the injured worker. The webinars will use fact patterns and issue-spotting exercises to introduce and address four main topics when managing injured employees: risk management, workers’ compensation, coordination of leave, and return to work and accommodation. Each webinar will build upon the information and details learned during the previous one.

    This is Part 2 of a 3 Part Webinar Series offered in 2020.
    The cost breakdown is as follows:
    NCHRA Members: $10 each or $25 for registering for all three
    Non Members: $15 each or $40 for registering for all three

    About the Presenters

    Aaron Guin is an attorney in Employers Council’s Loveland office. Aaron provides legal counsel and training to private and public sector employers in a variety of employment law matters, including Title VII and civil rights, wage and hour compliance, employee medical issues, employment & severance contracts, and personnel management. Before joining Employers Council, Aaron practiced law in Nashville, Tennessee as a trial attorney, representing the private and public sectors in state and federal courts.


    Jaci Kremser is the Risk Manager with the Town of Windsor and has worked in the public sector for eight years providing Human Resources and Risk Management services. Jaci provides a variety of loss control, safety and risk management strategic measures, including training and compliance, drug & alcohol free workplace programs, incident investigations, ADA coordination and compliance, workers' compensation and property/casualty claims management and safety program management.

    This course has been approved for 1.0 HRCI Business Credit. 
    This course has been approved for 1.0 SHRM Credit.

    The use of this official seal confirms that this Activity has met HR Certification Institute’s® (HRCI®)  criteria for recertification credit pre-approval. 

    Our Webinar Series Sponsor

    Workwell Occupational Medicine, LLC is a Colorado company that makes it easy for employers to have a safe and healthy workforce. Exclusively offering occupational health services, Workwell has been caring for Colorado’s workforce since 1996. Workwell has six clinics along the front range including Fort Collins, Greeley, Loveland, and Longmont, providing work comp injury care, drug screens, physicals, and more.